Pack Update

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Pack Update


PACK is sitting quietly at my feet finally happy to be moving again. I am secretly writing this as PACK would go into full revolt if it knew I was writing. I have lightened my load a bit out of PACK.. Yes, that´s right I took some things out of PACK to even the odds. I was able to leave about 2lbs of stuff at the small hotel where I stayed in Santiago. I will return to there after the walk back in a few days. At first PACK felt the same (weight) as it has been sitting in the corner of my room. Then after a few steps I was able to feel the difference. Now of course I cursed and complained loudly, so PACK was happy about that. It seems like my pain is PACK´s pleasure. So maybe now my anti-camino, PACK and I can all get along. But then again PACK is pretty smart and quite mischievous. Shhh it´s asleep..

Still not too sure about the anti-camino part- but that will be the part of letting go…duhh bonnie – letting go get it yet? you let some of your heavy load go now you need to let go your camino and embrace you anti-camino. Have I not been saying that everyday this trip.. it´s just very hard to let go when I have certain ideas and plans in my head. this is one time that I have not set out to complete what I set out to accomplish.

I need to make peace with that I know, but still haven´t yet. Hopefully the walk will be the way..

Note: I wrote another entry into my journey but decided not to share. It´s a gloomy note about the rain, no sleep, no good food and being homesick. (yes Michelle I still get quite homesick and waffles with butter won´t help here now either). But I am really fine and tomorrow we walk in the rain…

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Bonnie Canal, MBCP is an internationally recognized leader in both community and business resilience innovations and strategies. This is achieved by engaging the entire business’s entire organization and with a keen focus on the key leadership personnel.Bonnie has over 30 years’ experience the Information Technology Sector with the last 12 specializing in Business Resilience.

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